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This is one of those salads you never want to end, especially when the cantaloupe is perfectly ripe. I know it’s the end of the melon season, but I’ve gotten some really good ones lately that have truly hit the spot.
This salad is loaded with vitamin C (immunity, brain health, and collagen repair), vitamin A (immunity, growth, reproduction, vision, heart, lungs, kidneys), vitamin K (blood clotting, bone health), calcium (bone health, nerve and muscle function, acid/alkaline balance), potassium (kidneys, blood pressure), B vitamins (red blood cells, brain, liver, energy pathways, nervous system), and copper (bones and tissue, cholesterol, antioxidant protection, energy pathways). Sounds pretty nutritious to me!
8 c arugula
3 c cantaloupe, cut into 1” cubes
1 large tomato, cut into 1” cubes
Juice from 1 lemon
1 T evoo
2 T pistachios
Pinch sea salt
1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and lightly toss. Yes, it’s that easy. You’re welcome.
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Anndrea is a culinary nutritionist serving the Central NJ area. She provides individual clinical nutrition consultations, personal chef services and in-home cooking classes.